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There are many ways for students and community members to get involved with the arts on campus! Explore how below.

If you have an arts opportunity to share, click here to submit a listing for this page.

If your organization would like to request sponsorship from the Division, please fill out this form.

Please visit department websites directly for additional information or questions.


Open Calls

Call for Applications

Iwanter Prize
Deadline: June 1, 2023

Call for Black Artists

Center for Black Excellence and Culture
Deadline: applications accepted on a rolling basis

Call for Submissions

a2ru Ground Works
Deadline: submissions accepted on rolling basis

Graduate Exchange (HEX)

UW–Madison Center for the Humanities
Deadline: submissions accepted on rolling basis

Call for Speakers

UW–Madison Center for the Humanities


Assistant Professor

Planning & Landscape Architecture
Deadline: open until filled

Internships & Student Jobs

Project Assistant

Center for Visual Cultures
Deadline: July 5, 2023


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Course Listings: Fall 2023

Asian 300: Whose Art Is It Anyway? Explorating Folk Performance from South Asia
Credits: 3
Course flyer (PDF)

What are some rules that govern performance culture globally? Who set these rules? Can they be broken? How? — These are the central questions around which the course, Whose Art Is It Anyway? Explorating Folk Performance from South Asia, is structured. This course is designed to help students gain a new perspective on viewing art as a complex product of social, personal, political and spiritual forces.


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Support the Arts


You can support arts programs and students at UW–Madison with a tax-deductible donation. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and appreciated. Your generosity helps us further develop and support a vibrant arts community on campus.

2017 New Arts Venture Challenge finalists, judges and emcees.

Community Partnerships

Raise the profile of your organization through a partnership or sponsorship of a campus festival, exhibit or performance. To discuss potential collaborations, contact

Performance of "Rubedo" by Li Chiao-Ping, as part of Meeta Mastani's fall 2016 Interdisciplinary Arts Residency, in partnership with the Madison Public Library.